APA Citation

Knowles, W. (1662). Truth reignes conquerour, or, The light of hidden secrets revealed: Shewing how all men erre from the waies of God, and what false prophets are, and how they are come into the world if it were possible, to deceive the elect. Being a vindication of the truth against popery, heresie, or schisme. Whereunto is annexed both exhortations and instructions to all those who desire to stand in the doctrine of the truth. By William Knowles B. of P. London: printed for Fr. Coles at the signe of the Lamb in the Old-Baily.

Chicago Style Citation

Knowles, William. Truth Reignes Conquerour, Or, The Light of Hidden Secrets Revealed: Shewing How All Men Erre From the Waies of God, and What False Prophets Are, and How They Are Come Into the World If It Were Possible, to Deceive the Elect. Being a Vindication of the Truth against Popery, Heresie, or Schisme. Whereunto Is Annexed Both Exhortations and Instructions to All Those Who Desire to Stand in the Doctrine of the Truth. By William Knowles B. of P. London: printed for Fr. Coles at the signe of the Lamb in the Old-Baily, 1662.

MLA Citation

Knowles, William. Truth Reignes Conquerour, Or, The Light of Hidden Secrets Revealed: Shewing How All Men Erre From the Waies of God, and What False Prophets Are, and How They Are Come Into the World If It Were Possible, to Deceive the Elect. Being a Vindication of the Truth against Popery, Heresie, or Schisme. Whereunto Is Annexed Both Exhortations and Instructions to All Those Who Desire to Stand in the Doctrine of the Truth. By William Knowles B. of P. London: printed for Fr. Coles at the signe of the Lamb in the Old-Baily, 1662.

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